The problem is that the baby who is one or two months old feels nauseous whenever he drinks milk powder. I have tried several different milk powders for him, but nothing works. Later, I put some sugar in the milk powder, and the baby started to accept the milk powder. Excuse me, is it okay to put sugar in milk powder? Dr. Song Shufen answered: Sugar, salt, soy sauce, MSG and other condiments are not recommended for babies under 1 year old. Even if the baby does not like to drink milk powder, it is not recommended to add sugar to the milk powder, because excessive sugar intake is not good for the baby\’s health. Sweets are as addictive as tobacco and alcohol, because sugar prompts the body to secrete dopamine, which stimulates pleasure in the brain. When the body develops tolerance to sugar, it will need to eat more sugar to produce pleasure. Therefore, when a baby becomes dependent, if parents do not give it sugar, it will cause irritability, anxiety, and other emotions. What is even worse: when the baby develops a sweet eating habit, it will cause health problems such as dental caries, obesity, and malnutrition. . Moreover, babies who consume too much sugar for a long time are likely to be overweight, and are more likely to suffer from chronic diseases such as osteoporosis, gout, diabetes, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases when they grow up than normal babies. Therefore, it is not recommended to add sugar to baby milk powder for any reason. Even if the baby can eat sugar after 1 year old, attention should be paid to controlling the sugar intake. Question 2 Hello Dr. Zhang, my baby who is more than one year old and 6 months old accidentally ate the desiccant in the shoe box. Fortunately, we made her vomit it out in time, but we don’t know if it was ingested. If so, What should I do? Dr. Zhang Yanmei’s answer: To be on the safe side, it is recommended to promptly perform gastric lavage treatment within 4 to 6 hours. If the time is too long, it is recommended to drink appropriate water for metabolism under the guidance of a doctor. Question 3: I am almost four months postpartum. There was no side incision or tear during the normal delivery, and there was an internal seam. The lochia disappears after the full moon. The menstrual flow is very small at two months. The menstrual flow is even less at three months postpartum and disappears in two days. In the past few days, the leucorrhea has been bloodshot and has no odor. What is going on? Dr. Zhang Qiaoli’s answer: It is recommended that you check the uterine involution and cervix. If there is nothing wrong, don’t worry about it, because menstruation is easy to be irregular during lactation.